Welcome to the East Haddam Free Public Library

Your Friendly Neighborhood Library
18 Plains Road | Moodus, CT 06469
Staff@ehfpl.org | 860-873-8248

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Identity Theft Program

SATURDAY, MAY 16 at 10:00 AM
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Come and learn about Identity Theft and how to protect yourself at this informative program presented by AARP and sponsored by the East Haddam Library System.

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Uno de Mayo!

Uno de Mayo Party 
Friday, May 1 at EHFPL

The biggest library party of the year is just a few days away. 
Join us on Friday for an extravaganza the whole town will be talking about!

Saturday, April 18, 2015

Library Tech Workshop--April 20th and 23rd

Do you have questions about Windows or Microsoft Office?
Get help from your Friendly Neighborhood Library!

Learn the basics about exploring the internet, creating word documents, and navigating your PC. This is also the perfect time to bring any tech questions you might have and get them answered by a librarian. The tech workshop will be offered at your local libraries on the following dates:

Monday, April 20 at 6:00pm at EHFPL
Thursday, April 23 at 6:00pm at Rathbun. 

Can't make the workshop? The staff are always happy to help you with any issues you might be having. Library Director, Mike Gilroy, is also available by appointment to help you with any computer/digital issues.

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Art and Invention at Your Friendly Neighborhood Library

While you're visiting the library, please take some time to see the truly awesome collages created by talented students from Nathan Hale-Ray High. And while you're at it, check out the Invention Convention display created by imaginative students from Nathan Hale-Ray Middle School.

The collages are fashioned from torn and cut newspaper print. By this means, the students have created truly stunning works of art.  

The NHRMS Invention Convention  is in its 7th year. "It is a fun and learning program designed to develop, encourage and enhance students' critical thinking skills through invention." The participants are from grades 4 through 8. All of the inventions are imaginative and clever.

Because the Invention display boards are much larger than the collages, they are displayed in the upper section of the library, and the collages are downstairs in the children's section.

Both displays are really great! So take some time to check them out before checking out. You'll be glad you did.

Wednesday, April 8, 2015


Permission slips are now available for the 5th EHFPL Teen Lock-In!

Stop by the library today and grab your permission slip for this Spring's Legendary Lock-In April 24-25.  Teens (Grades 7-12) spend 12 hours in the library overnight participating in structured and unstructured activities including group games, video games, board games, crafts, and general socializing.  All permission slips need to be turned into the EHFPL by Monday, April 13.  Space is limited so get your permission slip in today! 

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